The future of Infrastructure is in good hands
The Infrastructure Collective (TIC) was previously known as the Emerging Talent Network, and was rebranded in 2021.
The Infrastructure Collective offers support, development, and representation for future leaders in the infrastructure sector. TIC is accessible, knowledgeable, and passionate about improving all of New Zealanders’ quality of life through delivery of world-class infrastructure projects at a national and regional level.
Membership to TIC is complimentary for individuals employed by an Infrastructure New Zealand member organisation. To create an account, or for any account enquiries, email email@example.com.
For those not currently employed by a member organisation, the annual network membership fee is NZ$290 (ex-GST). Apply for a membership here.
- Laressa Mills – Dentons Kensington Swan (Chair)
- Emma Barnes – Te Whatu Ora Health New Zealand (Co-Chair)
- Atarau Pouwhare-Ellis – Auckland Council
- Annabelle Henry – Westpac
- Michael Woodward – WSP
- Nicola Robbins – Russell McVeagh (Chair)
- Filip Lalovich – WT Partnership (Co-Chair)
- James de Hamel – The Treasury
- Aimee Digges La Touche – BNZ
- Julia Young – Holmes Consulting
- Tom Whitehead – Aurecon (Chair)
- Laura Goodman – GHD (Co-Chair)
- Ali Haidari – Higgins Contractors
- Belal Haidari – AECOM
- Byrony Bunting – Higgins Contractors
- Sophie Brathwaite – Holmes Consulting
- Sam Morris – Aurecon
Why join TIC?
- A platform for young professionals – Provide a platform for young professionals within the TIC network to articulate their thoughts on infrastructure related topics to the wider industry, with support from TIC.
- Nurture emerging talent – Provide young professionals an insight into the world of infrastructure, consistent with INZ’s strategy and the various professions and roles involved in concept through to completion to develop our members as well-rounded professionals, future proofing the industry.
- Grow Networks – Provide opportunities for young infrastructure professionals to engage with and learn from more experienced, senior practitioners and like-minded people in the infrastructure industry. This exposure will provide an opportunity to connect and create long lasting professional relationships across the infrastructure industry and with current and future leaders.
- A forum for discussion – Encourage and facilitate members to share experience, knowledge and ideas and contribute to constructive discussions around infrastructure challenges facing New Zealand, as well as international trends emerging in infrastructure.
- Communicate – Engage respectfully and effectively with TIC network to ensure alignment with member interests, strengths and weaknesses when developing the events for the network.
For those not currently employed by a member organisation, the annual TIC membership fee is NZ$290 (ex-GST).
To view the Terms of Reference click here.